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How do I replace the choke shaft? Using the old...

How do I replace the choke shaft? Using the old carb is a no go.
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I guess that's worth a try. But is there any way...

I guess that's worth a try. But is there any way to fix the new piece to work? At the very least to have a spare on hand or in case the sea foam doesn't do the trick?
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Trouble replacing snowblower carburetor

Hello,
Please excuse the newbie nature of this question, but it's my first time attempting a repair and am stuck!
I have an old Sears Craftsman snowblower (sorry, don't have the model number handy)...
03-22-15, 04:35 PM
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Thanks. If shelving is not needed would there be...

Thanks. If shelving is not needed would there be a preference?
03-22-15, 02:01 PM
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I know it's been a while since this thread had...

I know it's been a while since this thread had been active, but life got in the way of actually doing the project!
I was wondering if anyone has any input as far as using metal framing instead of...
04-21-13, 08:00 AM
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Nashkat: I realize that a second means of egress...

Nashkat: I realize that a second means of egress is needed, that's why I said i was checking to see if the existing window down there was sufficient (unfortunately, while large enough, it starts too...
04-19-13, 08:37 AM
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Chandler - Are you recommending using PL400 alone...

Chandler - Are you recommending using PL400 alone or in conjunction with Tapcon?

Tolyn - Why do you say to nail the top plate at angles?

Nashkat - Does the door to the room not count as an...
04-18-13, 11:52 AM
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Thanks for the reply. My concern with cutting...

Thanks for the reply. My concern with cutting through the tile is that I'm creating a ditch where it's possible for water to collect. I know I'll have PT and gasket, but the idea of it being possible...
04-11-13, 01:13 PM
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Dividing previously finished basement room

Hello all,
We recently moved in to a house with a finished basement, consisting of 2 large rooms that have wood paneling for the walls and tiled on the floor. We would like to divide one of those...
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